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When do pecans fall off of the trees?

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In North America, pecans fall from mid October to mid January. In the southern hemisphere (at least, in Australia), they fall between March and May.
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Pecans are mature and ready to harvest anytime after the shuck begins to open, this is
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Once established, a tree will average about 20 lbs of pecans in shell per year; with good management & growing conditions can increase to 70-100 lbs per tree.
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The tree is likely stressed by the unusually hot weather this summer. Shedding it's nuts early is a survival mechanism. All you need to do is pick 'em up and put 'em someplace dry
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